So called because, originally, the various departments of the humanities were piled one on top of another :-). The building now houses some administration departments and the Departments of Architecture and Landscape. Originally opened in 1966 it is still, I think, the tallest university building in the UK at 255 ft (78 metres). One of its features is the "Paternoster" lift - a continuously moving belt of cubicles you step into and out of as it moves (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/news/nr/sheffield-arts-tower-paternoster-1.753518). This was not my first acquaintance with such a lift - they were also installed in the Nuclear Research Centre of C.A. Parsons and Co., in Newcastle, where I worked in the late 50s.
The results of a stroll, on 5th April, with my new (i.e., used :) ) acquisition, the Fujifilm X-Pro2 (having traded in my other two Fujifilms). The 24mp sensor allowed this tiny crop.
|exposure mode||shutter priority|